Combermere is a tiny hamlet that is home to Madonna House, an international Catholic lay organization. The Madonna House complex includes a gift shop, book store and pioneer museum.
This tour takes you past the fork of the Madawaska and York Rivers, and the abandoned corundum mines of Craigmount. Craigmount, once a community of 600, has been abandoned since 1921. Respect private property on this tour and stick to the road.
Part of the tour into Craigmount will be on a narrow road complete with small sections of corduroy road.
From Craigmount, you will begin a gradual climb around the base of Craigmount Hill and begin the long descent back to Combermere.
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